Healthcare in
your neighborhood

Medical, dental and behavioral health services for infants,
children, teens and young adults (ages 0-24) with or
without Medicaid or insurance.

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Affordable healthcare on
30th and Troost in Kansas City.

We will help you get the healthcare you need, when you need it. It's why we’re located in the heart of the city, and it's why we offer a full list of affordable services and same-day appointments. Learn more about how we can help you:

 
 

I want to see a doctor.

Your child’s health needs are as unique as they are. At Homeroom Health we’ll work with you to create a plan just for you or your child.

I want to see a dentist.

Dental care is important for your overall health. Visit Homeroom Health for your regular cleanings and urgent dental concerns.

I want to talk to someone.

Feeling anxious, sad or overwhelmed is uncomfortable and exhausting. Our team is here to help you feel better, body and mind.

 
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Need help getting on your feet - but not sure where to start?

The Hangout at Homeroom Health is a safe space for teens and young adults up to age 24. Stop in for a cup of fresh coffee, to charge your phone or get connected to the support you need to chase your dream.

 
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I am a foster parent.

Seeking support for a child in your care? As a centralized health hub for children in state custody, we’re here to help the child heal - starting with the required exams every child must receive upon entering your home.

I need support for my client.

Our highly-trained and trauma-informed experts are committed to transforming the healthcare experience for children and youth. Your client can access fully-integrated medical, dental, behavioral and social care in one place.

I’m looking for care for myself or my child.

At Homeroom Health, we provide medical, dental and behavioral health care to infants,children, teens and youth adults ages 0-24 - with or without insurance or Medicaid.

 
 

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